Distribution of this new guide has been just been completed to all the tourist hotspots, golf courses and accommodation providers in the area as the world’s eyes fall upon Scotland’s Golf Coast for the AAM Scottish Open (9-12 July) and the Scottish Seniors Open later this summer. An online copy of the brochure is also available on the Scotland’s Golf Coast’s website – www.golfeastlothian.com/guide
Scotland’s Golf Coast is one of the best regions for golf in the World, with 22 must-play golf courses along 30 miles of stunning East Lothian coastline, offering choice to golfers of all standards and tastes. Offering year-round golf, the county offers traditional links and classic inland golf courses, many steeped in history and complimented by modern, challenging, courses. Coupled with friendly clubhouses and affordable green fees, Scotland’s Golf Coast Road provides easy access for visitors and short journeys between courses.
Scotland’s Golf Coast also has a diverse offering of accommodation to offer golfers, providing the perfect opportunity to rest, relax and unwind before enjoying another round of golf. It is a dream for visiting golfers, with all accommodation providing easy access to golf courses. Golfers will be spoiled for choice with 5-star luxury hotels, family-run bed and breakfasts, self-catering apartments or even centuries-old stately homes all on offer. No matter where you choose to stay you are guaranteed a very warm welcome and an authentic experience whilst they will look after all your golfing needs; booking golf, transport and offering advice on courses.
Located just 30 minutes east of Edinburgh, the historic capital of Scotland, East Lothian provides easy access by air, rail and road. Scotland’s Golf Coast is the sunniest and driest golfing destination in Scotland and home to the world’s oldest continuously played golf course, offering ‘The Perfect Golf Destination’.
To find out more about Scotland’s Golf Coast, visit www.golfeastlothian.com
To view the new Golf Guide online click on www.golfeastlothian.com/guide